Daily Trust Wednesday, February 2, 2022

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Nigeria lost N1.6trn to oil theft in 9months – Elumelu. pg.22; Kano asks police to exhume corpse of almajiri child killed by teacher .pg.6; FG launches N62bn HIV Trust Fund. pg.26; Governors, lawmakers clash over new clauses. pg.5; Makinde okays hijab wearing in Oyo .pg32; Akwa Ibom youths reject Emmanuel’s ‘imposition’of successor. Pg.4; Atiku meets Babangida in Minna pg.14; Bandits killed ‘1,192, kidnapped 3,348’ in Kaduna in 2021. Pg.4; El-Rufa’i urges FG to create theatre command in North West. Pg.4; Northern traditional rulers raise 5-man committee to tackle insecurity pg.4; Nigeria among 8 world’s top kidnapping hotspots – Emir of Gummi. pg.4; Indiscriminate sales of ancestral land worries Ilorin indigenes. pg.3; Don calls for caution over creation of sayawa chiefdom in Bauchi pg.4; ...Northern traditional rulers, others meet to tackle insecurity. pg.4; US urges FG to tackle visa touts, introduces Limited No-Interview Visa Renewals. pg.4; Govs, ; Burning of my farm a bad development– Obasanjo. Pg.6; 5 killed, houses burnt in fresh Zangon Kataf attack pg. 6; Niger youths blame government for banditry attacks. pg.6; No curfew in Ile-Ife, Osun Government declares. pg.6; Parents hail Buni for reviving education. pg.7; Buni’s passion to rejuvenate healthcare, secret of YSCHMA’s success – ES. pg.7; Yobe committed to fighting Negelected Tropical Diseases – Kundi. Pg.7; Foundation donates N8m, facilities to Yobe communities. Pg.7; The thrills, frills of Bassa cultural carnival.pg.12; Man, 69, dies while with woman in Abuja hotel pg.12; FIRS staff hacked to death in Lagos. pg.12; Drug dealers’ colony near Abuja police sation.pg.12; Kano government uncovers illegal clinic, nurses training centre .pg.12; Monarch’s assassination: Return home, Ogun police beg fleeing residents.pg.12; Phone repairer bags 12, months jail in Kwara.pg.12; Thugs destroy Atiku’s campaign office, torch Gombe PDP Secretariat. Pg.14; Reactions as Ambode says ‘youths are coming. pg.14; Kano APC crisis: Again, Buni meets Shekarau, Barau, Gaya, others pg.14; 2023: Mixed reactions as Daura Emirate confers title on Amaechi.pg.15; 2023:Northern Christian youths root for Tinubu. pg15; Age on Atiku’s side, associate tackles Bauchi governor. pg.15; How NPA’s e-call up system for trucks ended Apapa gridlock.pg16; NPA to act as landlord to NIMASA’s N50bn modular floating dock. Pg.16; Abdulsalami Abubakar: A harvest of honours.pg.18; The Roots of Banditry: A Fulani Perspective (III).pg.18; FCT councils, honour agreements with LEA teachers.pg.19; Tenure policy restoration in the federal service: Matters arising.pg.19; Nigeria and the hatchet of hunger.pg.20; Time to tackle the menace of drug abuse.pg.20; On Magama Gumau-Saminaka dilapidated highway. pg.20; FG earns N1trn from privatisation – Osinbajo.pg.22; Completion of Lekki Port will end Apapa gridlock– Sanwo-Olu.pg.22; Jetties operating illegally at container terminals – Importers.pg.23; 5 firms short-listed for Lagos-Ibadan, Warri-Itakpe E-ticketing. pg.23; Reps to FG: Prevent N100bn annual revenue loss from cocoa.pg.23; Gerawa’s 420 tons rice mill worth N15bn commissioned in Kano.pg.24; Bayelsa, Sterling, others sign $5m pact for drone technology drug supplies.pg24; AFEX reopens N100bn funding series to bolster Africa’s agro-processors.pg.24; Nigeria’s tax to GDP ratio lowest globally – Osinbajo.p.24; Senate okays bill barring Abuja landlords from collecting annual rent. pg.26; Reps recommend N308m compensation for extrajudicial killings by Customs. pg.26; NBC suspends popular FM/TV programme, Idon Mikiya.pg.26; Hijab: There’s ‘sinister plot’ to frustrate Muslim girl’s education – Coalition.pg.32; ...Another urges N/Assembly to pass religious discrimination prohibition bill.pg.32.; Ekiti guber: INEC bars Boot Party, clears 17 others. pg.32; FG will honour agreements with ASUU – Buhari. pg.32; Kano Pillars aim to end Remo Stars unbeaten run.pg.38; You’ve failed, NRA boss chides Nigerian referees.pg.38; NFF receives AFCON 2021 technical report from Eguavoen.pg.38; Danish club signs 18-yr-old Gombe-born striker, 2 others.pg.38; Senegal battle Burkina Faso in mouth-watering AFCON semi-final clash.pg.39; Cameroonians hail AFCON for bringing infrastructural development, jobs. pg.39; Six Pharaohs shun FIFA Club Cup for AFCON glory.pg.39; Making money from transport: Do governors have the will and ability?pg.40; Dele Alli wants to be ‘happy’ again after Everton move. pg.40; Man United stop selling Greenwood shirts online.pg.40